the Question that needs to be answered is this:
* This course has been multifaceted, focusing on themes of Western Civ since the Renaissance, while also introducing and further reinforcing the mindset of Interdisciplinary thought. How has your perception on your theme/themes changed and grown over time, and how do you plan on implementing it in your major, or your career, or your life?
( so my topic and my focus was about Human Rights and Equality ) so you will be writing about those two I am all about human rights and I advocate for it and for equality and justice. If you have any question or need clarification from me message me so I can tell you exactly what I need
the Instruction of the Essay:
General comments: your essay must be a minimum of 6 pages long, double-spaced, normal 1 inch margins, and a normal font size. You must include and ideally integrate the ideas of 5 different authors you read this semester in your essay. Make sure you carefully explain and analyze those ideas. ( I will send the work that I did for those authors ) also, the name of the book that I used was ( The Human Rights Reader: by Micheline R. Ishay) you can find it on this website ( https://1lib.us/book/853346/b4676c )
*Your essay should be coherently organized and well-written. You should present your thesis in one of the opening paragraphs of your essay (the first, second, or perhaps third paragraph), and you should then develop a well-argued, organized analysis that answers the question. Your claims should be supported with well-selected specific examples, and where appropriate, you should provide quotations (in which case you need to use appropriate citations to cite the source from which you drew the quotation). You are not expected to perform any additional research to answer the essay question, but if you consult other sources, you must include them in the bibliography at the end of the essay. You should end your essay with a conclusion that summarizes and pulls your answer together. Proofread your essay before you submit it. I encourage you to discuss your essay with another student(s) who is writing an essay on the same topic as you – but: plagiarism will be penalized severely (see Student Handbook). The minimum length for this essay exam is 6 pages.. Consequently, you need to provide plenty of evidence for your claims, not merely to justify and substantiate them, but also to demonstrate that you know and understand that information.
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